Carl Gustafson, a two-time American Southwest Conference Coach of the Year, is retiring as head football coach of the Texas Lutheran Bulldogs.
Seguin head coach Dwayne Gerlich got his 400th career win, as the Matadors beat SA Marshall in the second of three games for the Mats over the weekend in the Matador Classic at Goldie Harris Gym.
Texas Lutheran placed three student-athletes — offensive lineman Garrett Garza, free safety James Bell, and defensive end Manny Longoria — on the 2019 D3football.com All-South Region Teams.
Four straight wins in their own tournament — and a nine-game win streak — came to an end Saturday night at Navarro, as the Lady Panthers (11-5) fell to Midland Greenwood, 54-31.
SAN ANTONIO — The Wimberley Texans and the Navarro Panthers switched roles on Friday in their second meeting of the season.
An almost entirely new team, a playoff berth for the second year in a row and an outstanding second half against a heavily favored Hutto Hippo team made the season a success for the 2019 Seguin Matadors football team.
Texas Lutheran sophomore forward Luis Green was named to the 2019 United Soccer Coaches Men’s Division III All-West Region First Team, and Bulldog seniors Lalo Lopez-Rivera and Cameron Townes picked up All-West Region Third Team spots.
The Navarro Lady Panthers (7-4) got their fifth win in a row on Tuesday night, beating cross-county rival Marion 55-29 in Navarro.
There may not have been thousands of basketball fans Tuesday afternoon at the AT&T Center, but the Seguin Matadors played like there were.
Seguin, Navarro and Marion high schools will remain in their respective conferences and divisions for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 school years after the UIL reclassification of schools came out this week on the UIL website.
SEGUIN, Texas – Texas Lutheran Head Football Coach Carl Gustafson was named the American Southwest Conference Coach of the Year for a second time in three seasons, and the Bulldogs claimed 18 other ASC Football honors with the release Thursday of the 2019 All-ASC Football Teams and Awards.
It won’t be a .500 team this week for Marion (8-3), as the Bulldogs take on 10-1 Industrial in Karnes City on Friday night in the area round of the playoffs.
The Lifegate Christian Falcons football team looks for a repeat 2A TCAL state championship this weekend, after mercy-ruling North Texas Christian Academy, 67-6, in the state semifinal on Saturday at Central Catholic High School in San Antonio.
Area girls basketball teams got their seasons underway over the last two weeks, as Seguin, Navarro and Marion are prepping for tournaments and the wind up to district play.
SAN ANTONIO — Navarro fans who have been watching their stress levels rise found some relief on Thursday night as the Panthers coasted to an easy 45-0 first round playoff win over the Crystal City Javelinas (5-6) at Edgewood Memorial Stadium.
MARION — The Marion Bulldogs took care of business the way any team would getting ready for the playoffs. The Bulldogs (5-1, 7-3) rolled over the Lytle Pirates (0-6, 1-9), 63-6, finishing the regular season tied with Jourdanton Indians for district championship.
A huge win over Cotulla last week has the Marion Bulldogs (4-1, 6-3 overall) in position for a share of the District 15-3A-I title going into Friday’s final home game against last-place Lytle.
The state record streak of six straight years for the Navarro Panthers and the Cuero Gobblers to meet in the playoffs will end this year.
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